Sunday, December 20, 2009

Why Is Remote Viewing So Secret?

By Hugo Preis

Have you ever thought about having the ability to see things, people, even places that are not within the range of your five senses? The thing to remember is that we have more than just five senses and it is entirely possible to reach out with your own innate psychic ability and to make observations that are otherwise impossible!

It is important to understand that remote viewing is not an out of body experience. An out of body experience involves detaching from your physical body and traveling the astral plane.

On the other hand, with remote viewing, you are looking at a form of psychic dowsing, where you can use your innate psychic power to find out what you need. Essentially, you will be using ESP to find out what you need.

The truth of the matter is that all people are capable of it. While it is easier to develop when you are young, you will find that you can easily learn it when you are older as well. When you think about the fact that you only use ten percent of your brain, there is a lot of potential there that is going untapped.

Think of how useful it could be to simply reach out and make contact with your children no matter where they are. This kind of security can be useful to any parent and this is just one way that you can use remote viewing.

The interesting thing about remote viewing is that anyone can learn how to do it. Once you have been taught how to go into a trance like state, you will be able to engage in remote viewing with just a little bit of practice. This art has a lot more to do with practice than with innate ability!

There are some simple techniques that you can try.

*Start by sitting quietly in your room and closing your eyes. Make sure that there are no distractions around you.

*As you feel your body relax, start breathing through your nose. Try keeping your tongue pressed lightly to the roof of your mouth; this makes breathing easier and it will also keep you from yawning.

*Remember that you need to believe in yourself and that you need to realize that you are capable of seeing things that you do not perceive through your conventional five senses. This can be tough, but stick with it.

*To get started, you need to think about how to view something that you know intimately. One great way to get the results that you need is to picture yourself, but from an angle that other people use. Don't think about the way that you look in the mirror; instead think about how you look from straight on or how you look from above. This can be a little complicated, but once you have learned to do this, the rest should come more easily. Just remember to be patient with yourself!

*One you can view yourself from a remote perspective, take a moment to think about how you can cast your viewing eye even wider. Think about a location that you know very well, whether it is a park that you are very familiar with or the home of a friend. Look for details, like where the books are or what is playing on the television. After you have finished, consider going to the place or calling to see if what you saw was correct; this will really allow you to check your results and to see what is going on.

Remember that one great way to get some instant results is to have a friend help you. You and your friend should be positioned in two different rooms and you should take turns signaling to each other. As your friend makes a gesture like waving or stroking their hair, you should take a moment to consider what they might be doing. They can then confirm or deny it for you and you will have some instant feedback!

Once you have gotten some practice under your belt,you will find that it is much simpler to enter the relaxed state that you need. Getting into this state is much easier than you might think it is, and you can think of it as hypnotizing yourself. You might be wide awake, but your body is relaxed enough to allow you to access your full potential.

The truth of the matter is that your psychic abilities are much easier to get to than you might think, and remember that practice is the key!

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